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Albany woman's DNA used to identify remains of WWII sailor

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Albany woman's DNA used to identify remains of WWII sailor

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Ahead of pearl harbor day?

An albany woman has been reunited with the remains of her brother?

Who died during world war two.

She plans to bury his remains?

Now that he's been identified through ??a.

Rosella workinger says she was notified three years ago that the u.s. department of defense was matching ??a records of bones buried in unmarked graves in hawaii.

She and her son provided ??a samples?

And her brother claude gowey was soon identified.

He served on the ?

?s oklahoma, which was hit in the attack on pearl harbor.

The burial




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